Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges


There are outlandish food options galore in Mandurah, including an oyster-eating challenge, a ten-layered donut stack and various Freak Shakes.
Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges
Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges
Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges
Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges
Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges
Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges
Mandurah becoming the WA capital of food challenges
There are outlandish food options galore in Mandurah, including an oyster-eating challenge, a ten-layered donut stack and various Freak Shakes.

MANDURAH has turned into a haven for gluttons and fans of Man v. Food culture and is now home to a raft of food challenges and oddities.

DPM Cafe on Mandurah Terrace recently introduced its mega donut. Inspired by the TV show, the ten-layered doughnut is filled with cream and nutella.

Meanwhile, Mumma’s Eats N Sweets on Mandurah Terrace and Cups and Cones in the Ocean Marina are both doing their versions of the Freak Shake. It’s a milk shake layered with cakes, cookies and candy.

Surfside Bakery in Singleton also has a donut challenge – a two-and-a-half foot long jam donut filled with cream and custard. Finish it in half an hour and win $200.

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For something a bit fishy – The Oyster Bar still has its oyster challenge. The current record holder is Leo Otene, who finished four dozen oysters in a minute and another six dozen in 1m 48sec.

If it’s a savoury challenge you’re after, The Shack Burger Parlour at the Ocean Marina makes mega dogs and serves the colossus burger, which has double meat patties, double bacon, double cheese and a chicken patty with onion rings.

Catch 22, also in the marina, serves a strawberries and cream cocktail.